I really enjoy participating in the monthly photo blogging challenge hosted by a 'lilhoohaa. This month's challenge was "Rule of Thirds." Apparently this is a basic rule in photography composition. It was different for me to think about a rule, rather than just eyeballing the photograph. I'm still not sure I followed the rule precisely, but here are five photos that might at least partially comply:
|Photo: The St. George Temple, between two trees|
|Photo: The front of the St. George Temple|
|Photo: A sunset appears to be just above the road.|
|Photo: Sunset in smoky skies, with fir trees in bottom third of photo.|
|Photo: A tree forms an arch over a path in the Hoh Rain Forest in Washington state.|
Do you use the Rule of Thirds in your photos?
Thanks for photography, and learning new things.